One would have to consider the amount of time they devote to the sweet science like going to the gym and watching boxers train, watching and analyzing fights as well as hands on experience in the ring. These are very good parameters by which to judge one’s expertise, but at the end of the day, picking fight winners is like picking in the stock market, it’s all a crap shoot.
With no title on the line Angulo and Alvarez expect to light up the Las Vegas night on Saturday March 8. It's the 43rd anniversary of Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. Can we expect something similar?
Angulo’s trainer Virgil Hunter believes he has the winning formula. Both, Alvarez and Angulo lost their last fights. Alvarez lost and was outclassed by Mayweather last September in Las Vegas. Angulo was doing better against Erislandy Lara dropping him twice in their contest at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles
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WBC middleweight champion Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez will be fighting Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto on June 7th, at Madison Square Garden in New York City it was announced. Argentina’s Martinez, 39, has been suffering various injuries in his last two fights. Cotto is a former junior welterweight, welterweight and junior middleweight champion.
Mayweather walked through Saul "Canelo" Alvarez to maintain his place at the top of the list. Several others had great years including Tim "Desert Storm" Bradley and Danny "Swift" Garcia. A few others dropped out of the list and a few cracked into the top dozen.(see the full story)